melissa: yeah. how much is a national championship worth to a school? >> well, it's funny, they don't get any money, the conferences don't from winning the title. melissa: right. >> but each game you're in, in the tournament, a maximum of five games, is called a unit. and it is worth about $245,000. that unit pays for six years. even if you only go to one game, you receive a payout for six years. so one game is worth 1.5 million dollars approximately. melissa: since you don't get paid, how do you get to $245,000? >> no, that unit, you do get paid. you get paid per unit. so that unit carries over, lasts for six years. so you get that $245,000 payout for six years. melissa: wow! mike, i had no idea. so interesting. thanks for coming on. >> thank you. melissa: worth a lot of money. and harvard won!. adam: polo? melissa: i know. i shouldn't have said that. adam: sandra smith. melissa: roll the tape back. adam: sandra smith, our investments are doing well.